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    Remember the huge, hulking "Duke" controller from the OG Xbox era? Well, it's making a comeback.
    Seamus Blackley, who spearheaded the original Xbox launched back in 2001, has been working with Microsoft to re-release the original Xbox controller. It seems as though it has now been approved by Xbox for sale.
    The original Duke controller sported triggers, but no bumpers, instead using black and white buttons to go with the iconic ABXY buttons and non-symmetrical joystick positions. The controller evolved over time, getting smaller and more sophisticated, gradually transforming into the controller we know and love today.

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    09-20-2017 01:00 PM

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